[Chimera-users] Creating a single pdb file from multiple pdb files
S.Bottomley at curtin.edu.au
Wed Jan 25 18:42:20 PST 2012
Thanks to both Elaine and Darrell for your help!
I also learned from the developer that Yasara Dynamics can average proteins using the AveragePos command.
On 25/01/2012, at 1:47 AM, Hurt, Darrell (NIH/NIAID) [E] wrote:
> Hi there,
> I've just been doing this myself. In general, it is not a good idea to
> average structures for analysis, but I'm doing it for illustrative
> I followed the lead on this page:
> I use VMD to create an "averaged" structure, but the geometry of side
> chains sometimes get messed up. So after doing the VMD thing, I run a
> Rosetta "idealize":
> Once you have everything set up, the calculations take only a few minutes.
> Maybe that will help someone!
> Darrell Hurt, Ph.D.
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> On 1/24/12 11:50 AM, "Elaine Meng" <meng at cgl.ucsf.edu> wrote:
>> Hi Steven,
>> Sorry, currently there is nothing in Chimera to calculate average
>> structures. Chimera's "Ensemble Cluster" tool will identify clusters and
>> representative structures from ensembles (where each structure has the
>> same atoms, just different coordinates), but it doesn't calculate
>> I was looking at the chimera-users list archive on this topic and saw
>> that somebody had recommended the following:
>> I haven't tried it, however. Best,
>> Elaine C. Meng, Ph.D.
>> UCSF Computer Graphics Lab (Chimera team) and Babbitt Lab
>> Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
>> University of California, San Francisco
>> On Jan 24, 2012, at 3:27 AM, Steven Bottomley wrote:
>>> It is possible to create a single (preferably weighted) protein
>>> structure (pdb file) from two or more related protein structures (pdb
>>> files)? I guess that this would be something like creating a single
>>> (weighted average) of NMR ensemble structures but using any chosen pdb
>>> file. Thanks for any help!
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